I recent purchased a Fleck water softener for our home. It's a 98K grain capacity but our water hardness is 48 and our iron content is 0.5ppm. Our water is great now that it's installed but there's so much water in the brine tank that I think one of our settings is wrong. It always overflows which we have draining out to our sump pump for the time being but I can't even open and close the cover without causing a suction and releasing more water through the overflow. I'm to the point now where
My Badger 5 garbage disposal quit working. The blades don't turn when the switch is turned on. It simply buzzes loudly. I have checked the blades they are not stuck. They rotate freely when turned manually. The disposal was installed in October of 2005. Any thougths?
Solar energy, the renewable energy source which has been in news for the last several years has made quiet inroads into many homes, factories, businesses, into our cars and appliances and much more. But, yet it is a rather misunderstood energy.
It was expensive to commercially exploit solar energy few decades ago. But over time due to rapid advancements in solar technology and the corresponding increase in conventional fuels solar energy cost has become comparable to other energy
Originally Posted by qt314b
Hi, I just found this forum while searching for information for my new bathroom. I think ceiling tub fillers look very cool but my husband prefers to go the traditional route and only sees flaws with a ceiling tub filler - I saw it in a magazine. I hope someone can shed some positive light on this so I can win a few points, however I am open to the truth even if it is not what I want to hear.
A little detail about the bathroom, it is a small bathroom remodel that will have a
Originally Posted by excusemaker
What can I do to repair such an old system???
Any answers or questions to help me learn will be replied to.